Many of the larger estates built in London included garden squares in their development, with their gardens a private amenity for the residents of the houses in the square. While some garden squares have remained private, others are now open to the public, serving as small parks.

Property expert Alex Newall, Managing Director at Barnes Private Office shares his predicted London property trends for 2015

As 2014 draws to a close and 2015 is just around the corner, property professional, Alex Newall, Managing Director at Barnes Private Office looks back and ahead at the property market in Prime Central London and the Home Counties.

Expert comment from Alex Newall of Barnes Private Office on the Chancellor’s reforms of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)

Property expert Alex Newall of Barnes Private Office talks on the current state of the Surrey property market as we draw near to 2015.

Expert opinion on the implications of a possible mansion tax from property expert Alex Newall of Barnes Private Office.

A Sound Case for Investing in London, prime central London’s property market has shifted in favour of buyers as the focus has moved from ‘property bubbles’ to ‘cooling conditions. The phenomenal increase in average values seen in recent years has started to slow, bringing with it more

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It used to the gin and ‘Jag’ set, but now it is a mix of City elite and international buyers spending from £5m to £25m.

Property Expert Alex Newall shares his views on the best streets in London for property.

Alex Newall of Barnes Private Office is robust about the fact that now is not all doom and uncertainty in the prime property market in central London. He believes that under supervision, savvy buyers can take advantage of rare opportunities to acquire some of the capital’s finest houses.

2015 could be the year of two halves. The first two quarters will be filled with political speculation in the run up to May and there could be concerns in the market over changes in policy.

Alex Newall, Managing Director of Barnes Private Office on the current state of the London property market

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